QPR co-chairman Tony Fernandes has gone to great lengths to ensure that one Hoops fan can visit Loftus Road for the first time in 41 years.
As part of the club's 100-year anniversary, the west London side have been asking fans to send in their favourite memories from their time in W12.
Mike Montague, who is now based in Australia said: "I was at Loftus Road on 26th March 1966 when we beat Millwall 6-1. Rodney Marsh scored two - a promising lad! Five days later I sailed for Melbourne. I haven't been back since but I'm still supporting QPR at the age of 83."
The club's official Twitter account shared the memory, only for QPR chief Fernandes to step in and make Montague's day.
Fernandes quoted the memory and said: "Mike Airasia X will fly you from Melbourne and I’ll pay for you to get to Loftus Road. @Benyaminismail. Always putting people first AirAsia".
It was a selfless move from Fernandes, with flights from Melbourne to London listed at around £1000 on Skyscanner.net.